St. Pius V Corner: When Moral Theology and Anime Conventions Collide

This year, I won't be going to Kimikon 2019, which is just around the corner this weekend: according to my filter here, being that it's a small convention, it doesn't matter that there are some interesting karaoke-related events happening there, or the fact that a Tridentine Mass is available nearby, that can compel me to … Continue reading St. Pius V Corner: When Moral Theology and Anime Conventions Collide

St. Pius V Corner: The Karate Kid and Divine Providence

God through His providence, protects and guides all that He has created. Ludwig Ott, "Fundamentals of Catholic Dogma" (1954) Recently I decided to re-watch one of my all-time favorite films, The Karate Kid, in addition to its 2018 follow-up sequel, Cobra Kai. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the plot of the latter, … Continue reading St. Pius V Corner: The Karate Kid and Divine Providence

Anime Review XX: End Of Evangelion

Last time I wrote about Neon Genesis Evangelion on this blog (see my post on it), it mostly covered the 26-episode anime series covering the wacky, wild and surreal lives of pilots Shinji Ikari, Asuka Langley Soryu, and Rei Ayanami and their battle against the Angels who threatened Tokyo-3. However, one can hardly bring up … Continue reading Anime Review XX: End Of Evangelion

The Traditional Catholic Weeb Speaks: One Year Anniversary Special

For those of you who have been following my blog now, you should notice that I typically post on Fridays, unless if certain events get in the way of me posting on such day. However, today's blog post is a special exception, as today (10 September 2019) marks one year since I created this blog … Continue reading The Traditional Catholic Weeb Speaks: One Year Anniversary Special